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A monocarpic plant, the bulb takes about 7 years to reach flowering size but then dies after flowering. However, it produces a number of new bulblets at the base and can be propagated by these. These bulblets take 3 - 5 years to flower. The flowers scent the surrounding area with their rich sweet perfume. When planting, only just cover the bulb with leafmould. The bulb is very attractive to slugs, mice and voles and may require protection.Plants seem to be immune to the predations of rabbits.
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